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Approaching Narrative Analysis with 19 questions
(Edward Elgar, 2012)
This chapter is organized around 19 narrative questions, particularly questions about stories, recounts and accounts in education given as oral versions of personal experience, shared by teachers and students in relation ...
C-LARSP: developing a Chinese grammatical profile
(Multilingual matters, 2012)
The existence of assessment tools such as LARSP has facilitated clinical language profiling, leading to better informed intervention plans in the West. However, in the East, by and large, the development of such assessment ...
Cultures of learning, the social construction of educational identities
(University Press of America, Inc., 2002)
C-LARSP: Developing a Chinese Grammatical Profile for Clinical Assessment in Malaysia
(Multi-lingual Matters, 2012)
Large classes are wdiely considered to be problematic for langauge learning. However, some teachers effectively manage large classes in which students learn successfully. Class size in itself does not necessarily have a ...
Researching cultures of learning, international perspectives on language learning and education
(Palgrave, Macmillan, 2013)
This edited book is the first collection of research-based papers on cultures of learning, a concept which has been developed by the editors over 20 years. It assembles research with a considerable international range: we ...
Researching Chinese learners: skills, perceptions, intercultural adaptations.
China has the largest education system and the largest number of learners of English. Chinese students form the largest single group of international learners in many countries. However, there are few international studies ...
Aphasia: A mixed methods investigation into the impact of semantic activation therapy with and without word finding: preliminary results from a single therapy trial.
Abstract introduction Aphasia is a multimodality language difficulty experienced by people who have a left sided stroke. Speech and Language Therapists (SLTs) who work with People with Aphasia (PWA) often provide word ...
The verification interview technique: Enabling the evaluation of the impact of language therapy on the quality of life of a person with severe aphasia.
Background It is difficult to measure the impact of speech and language therapy intervention for people with aphasia. This is because the effect of communication loss and language rehabilitation is hard to capture using ...